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    overall opions

    hi


    can anybody please tell me


    i have 2 svs ultra towers 2 jbl 580 4 svs prime elevation speakers for atmos



    using a denon 4400 amp and a emotiva xpa2



    my question is which combo for fronts would work the best for this setup


    the emotiva t2 and c2 centre speaker
    or jbl 590 with a jbl lc2 centre speaker
    or kef r300 and centre

    or svs ultra towers with svs ultra centre
    or chane 5.4 and chane 2.4 or
    psa mtm 110 with psa mtm 110 centre centre



    i will be using belden blue jeans speaker cables
    a rega rp3 turntable
    a oppo 205 4k player
    playstation 4 pro console
    xbox one x console
    wii u console
    buzz tv xls 3000 android box
    iphone x
    and a hi spec pc
    a 65e6v oled tv
    and a sony 75 940e tv
    a virgin media v6 box
    and sky q silver box
    a blue node 2 streamer


    and also if i use the emotiva xpa 2 amp with denon 4400
    and i was to use the emotiva xpa 2 amp for the lower frequencies of the front speakers
    and what intergrated amplifier would you then use for the higher frequencies

    to vastly improve the 2 channel and streaming music abilities of the front speakers
    with the choice of the best three front speakers to use with this setup what would you use
    in your best opions
    thanks

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    I don't understand... Do you want new speakers or do you want to use the JBLs or SVS?

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